Programs : Brochure
- Locations: Alnwick, United Kingdom; Edinburgh, United Kingdom; London, United Kingdom; Oxford, United Kingdom
- Program Terms: Summer
First published in 1997 by author J. K. Rowling, the Harry Potter book series has since grown into a worldwide phenomenon selling over 450 million copies in more than 73 languages and spurring one of the most popular film series in history. While many view the Harry Potter novels as children's literature, there are also many mature underlying themes that merit a deeper textual reading. As part of course LIT 3301 Cultural Studies and Pop Arts, students will join Dr. Ann Basso in studying the Harry Potter novels from an academic standpoint while visiting some of the real-life sites in London and Scotland that inspired the novels or were featured in the film series. Join us this summer and take the magic out of the page and into reality!
Dr. Ann Basso
Adjunt Instructor of English
Office: CPR 340 (Tampa campus)
Program Charge: $4,500.00
This program is open to all students in the USF system. There are no prerequisites for the program, but students must be in good academic standing with the university.
|Payment||Amount Due||Due Date|
|Confirmation||$500.00||5 days after committing to program or application deadline, whichever is first.|
|Payment #1||$1,000.00||April 2, 2017|
|Payment #2||$2,000.00||May 2, 2017|
|Final Payment||$1,000.00||June 2, 2017|
Payment Instructions (only after you have completed you have been accepted to the program and commit in the study abroad system):
Once you have been accepted to your program of choice, you will be asked to confirm your participation in the program by hitting the Commit button on your personal application page. Having confirmed your participation, the USFSP Education Abroad Office will place charges on your OASIS account. Students will be asked to make a confirmation payment toward the Study Abroad Program Cost (SAPC). Generally, this payment is $500, although certain programs may have alternate payment requirements as indicated on the specific program website.
Once you have committed to the program, you are financially liable for the Study Abroad Program Cost. Please carefully read your program-specific payment requirements as well as the Financial Terms and Conditions for your relevant program.
To make the payment:
(Please note: Do not use the on-line payment option if you have other outstanding charges on your account, as any payment will automatically be credited toward your on-campus charges)
Step 1: Go to USF Single-SignOn
Step 2: Log in using your USF Net ID.
Step 3: Click on OASIS on the top menu.
Step 4: On the Main Menu, go to "Student"
Step 5: On the Student Menu, go to "Tuition & Fees"
Step 6: Click on "Student Bill Payment" PLEASE NOTE: The USF Cashier's Office charges a 2.5% "convenience fee" for using a credit or bank card. If you use an online check you will not be charged the additional fee. They no longer accept VISA.
Step 1: Email the USFSP Education Abroad Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for a payment form. The form must be completed and signed by an authorized member of the Education Abroad Office.
Step 2: Take payment form to the USFSP Cashier's Office (BAY 132). You may pay only pay with check, cash or money order in person. Checks are payable to USF.
Step 3: Please keep a record of your payment for your records.
Post-Commitment Cancellation Policy:
You are liable for $100 plus non-recoverable program costs if you cancel at least 91 days prior to departure.*
You are liable for $300 plus non-recoverable program costs if you cancel 61 to 90 days prior to departure.*
You are liable for up to 100% of the program fee if you cancel 60 days or less prior to departure.*
Students must email email@example.com to notify USFSP Education Abroad of their cancellation.
*Education Abroad will assess on a case-by-case basis the non-recoverable costs of the program for which the student is liable. Non-recoverable costs may exceed to-date funds collected by USFSP Education Abroad at time of student's withdraw from the program.
USF provides program participants with sickness/accident and emergency medical evacuation insurance valid for the dates of the program. Those who will travel independently, either in advance of the program or after the program ends, must ensure that they have insurance coverage valid outside the U.S.
Please click here for more detailed information.
All participants must be in possession of a valid U.S. Passport or a valid passport from their country of residence. Passports must have an expiration date at least 6 months after the student's scheduled return to the U.S. U.S. citizens are not required to have a visa to enter France. Non-U.S. citizens should check with their own country's consulate regarding visa requirements for France. Non-US citizens should also check-in with the USF International Services Office to ensure reentry to the US.
Participant's safety and well-being are paramount to USF. Please click here for detailed country-specific safety and health information given in our Country Study Report. Make sure to read up on country-specific information on the U.S. Department of State and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention websites.
The phone number for police/fire/ambulance emergency services–the equivalent of 911 in the United States–is 999 in the United Kingdom.
The United Kingdom is politically stable and has a modern infrastructure but shares with the rest of the world an elevated threat of terrorist incidents of international origin. The UK, like other foreign governments, has taken actions to guard against terrorist attacks of this nature, including arrests of suspected extremists allegedly involved in terrorist plots. Credible information indicates terrorist groups continue plotting possibly near term attacks in Europe. All European countries remain potentially vulnerable to attacks from transnational terrorist organizations. There is also the potential for isolated violence related to the political situation in Northern Ireland.
Even demonstrations intended to be peaceful can turn confrontational and possibly escalate into violence. Avoid areas of demonstrations if possible, and be careful within the vicinity of demonstrations. Stay current with media coverage of local events and be aware of your surroundings at all times.
The United Kingdom and Gibraltar benefit from generally low crime rates. As you would anywhere, you should:
Many funding opportunities are available to USF students who are planning to study abroad. Please see our funding page for further details.
Note: The summer semester scholarship application deadline is 2/15/2017. You must be accepted and committed to the program and pay your confirmation fee in order to be considered for scholarships (separate application). This takes processing time. You must submit all parts of your program application by February 1st if you plan to also apply for scholarships.
Students should carefully review the Education Abroad Participant Contract, included in the Education Abroad application process. It describes students' responsibilities with regard to participation, and includes information on insurance, and cancellation and refund policies. Students will be asked to electronically sign this document. To view this document before applying, please click here.
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Questions regarding study abroad, program enrollment, registration and payments:
Academic Program Specialist
Global Initiatives Office
University of South Florida St. Petersburg
140 Seventh Avenue South, BAY 204K
Questions regarding academics and courses:
Dr. Ann Basso
Adjunt Instructor of English
Office: CPR 340 (Tampa campus)